ISTE 4: Teachers Who Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Ethical Use – Can We Try Different?

The Standard ISTE for Teachers Standard 4 states that “teachers understand local and global societal issues and responsibilities in an evolving digital culture and exhibit legal and ethical behavior in their professional practices” (ISTE 2008). To me that seemed like quite a charge. It’s a huge responsibility for teachers, but it is one that is … Continue reading “ISTE 4: Teachers Who Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Ethical Use – Can We Try Different?”

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Digital Citizenship and the New Digital Divide: ISTE Teacher Standard 4 Indicator B

The Digital Divide The concept of the “digital divide” has been around ever since digital technology has been used in classrooms. Initially, the term applied to students who had access to digital devices and the internet at school and at home versus those who did not. Today, however, that term has come to mean something … Continue reading “Digital Citizenship and the New Digital Divide: ISTE Teacher Standard 4 Indicator B”

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EDTC 6103 – ISTE Teaching Standard 4 – Meet the Digital Divide then make them Digital Citizens

ISTE Teaching Standard 4 – Meet the Digital Divide then make them Digital Citizens. In my research I was guided by Teacher Standard Four:  4 b. Address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies providing equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources. Moreover, Teaching Standard 4c. Promote and model digital etiquette … Continue reading EDTC 6103 – ISTE Teaching Standard 4 – Meet the Digital Divide then make them Digital Citizens

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Digital citizenship clicker questions in math, and Mendeley (Module 4, ISTE-TS 4 digital citizenship)

This week we are looking at ISTE-TS 4: Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility – “teachers understand local and global societal issues and responsibilities in an evolving digital culture and exhibit legal and ethical behavior in their professional practices.” In past blog posts I have discussed ways in which digital citizenship is or can be particularly relevant to a … Continue reading “Digital citizenship clicker questions in math, and Mendeley (Module 4, ISTE-TS 4 digital citizenship)”

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EDTC 6103 – How do we promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility?

This week we were asked to look at ISTE Teaching Standard 4, “Teachers understand local and global societal issues and responsibilities in an evolving digital culture and exhibit legal and ethical behavior in their professional practices.   Encouraged by Jason Ohler’s article on Digital Citizenship, I set out to see how I could support my … Continue reading “EDTC 6103 – How do we promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility?”

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Screen capturing (Module 3, ISTE-TS 3 work and learning)

This week we are looking at ISTE-TS 3: Model digital age work and learning – “teachers exhibit knowledge, skills, and work processes representative of an innovative professional in a global and digital society.” Looking at TS 3 and its indicators, I asked: What is a digital tool math teachers could use to achieve one or all of … Continue reading “Screen capturing (Module 3, ISTE-TS 3 work and learning)”

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ISTE Teaching Standard 3: Model Effective Use of Current & Emerging Digital Tools

This week in my exploration of ISTE Teaching Standards with my graduate program in Digital Education Leadership at Seattle Pacific University, I am examining ISTE Teaching Standard 3 to understand how teachers can… “exhibit knowledge, skills and work processes representative of an innovative professional in a global and digital society.” Embedded in this standard is … Continue reading ISTE Teaching Standard 3: Model Effective Use of Current & Emerging Digital Tools

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Can We Get on the Same (Web) Page? ISTE Standard 3 and Coordinating Digital Age Media and Formats

Direction or Freedom? Finding balance between freedom and direction can be difficult for a teacher and it can be even more daunting for an administrator – especially where technology is concerned.  I remember one of the first technology committees I ever served on. It was the late 1990’s (I’m old) and I was teaching middle … Continue reading “Can We Get on the Same (Web) Page? ISTE Standard 3 and Coordinating Digital Age Media and Formats”

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Module 3: Collaboration with Parents, Student Motivation, and Success

Collaboration and Success This week we were looking at the ISTE Standard for Teachers, #3 and specifically it seems to deal with parent communication or collaboration with parents, peers or the community. So based on my interpretation of the standards and conversations we had in our class that led me to two related questions. How … Continue reading “Module 3: Collaboration with Parents, Student Motivation, and Success”

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